CU-Colorado Springs blanks Billings 3-0 as Noleen becomes school's career scoring leader

By Jerry Cross published September 11, 1999

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - Senior Kevin Noleen became the all-time leading scorer in the history of CU-Colorado Springs men's soccer Saturday by scoring the first goal in a 3-0 victory over Montana State-Billings at 4-Diamond Complex.

Noleen, a product of Air Academy High School in Colorado Springs, beat MSUB goalie Paul Corcoran in the 24th minute and passed Dan Duryee (1993-96) on the school's career scoring list. He now has 82 career points on 35 goals and 12 assists. His 35 goals is also the best in school history.

Fred Brown and Adrian Marrero also scored for the Mountain Lions, with Marrero assist on Noleen's goal. CU-Colorado Springs outshot MSUB 21-5 in improving its record to 401. Montana State-Billings fell to 1-3.

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